The post is about the 2nd chance banks in SC. If you have difficulty in managing your checking account in the past, or you have been reported to Chexsystems, you may be denied for new checking accounts. So, where and how to get new checking account now? At first, you can take those non Chexsystems banks into your consideration. Secondly, 2nd chance banking is another good option.
Wells Fargo offers opportunity checking and opportunity savings accounts to its customers. And the bank has more than 140 branch offices in Bluffton, Fort Mill, Charleston, Greer, Anderson, Cheraw, Conway,Greenville, Clover, Columbia, Spartanburg, Johns Island, Belton, Sumter, Landrum, North Charleston, Aiken, Rock Hill, Winnsboro, Gaffney, Charleston, Newberry, Florence, Bennettsville, Taylors, Edgefield, Lyman, Rock Hill, Greenwood, Salem, Simpsonville, Mount Pleasant, Lexington, Summerville, Johns Island, Pawleys Island, Darlington, Clover, Winnsboro, North Myrtle Beach, Chapin, Moore, Cayce, Leesville and Union, SC.
Bank of the Ozarks‘ Pathway Checking is a 2nd chance checking account designed for those who previously have had difficulty getting an account.
Woodforest Bank offers second chance checking accounts with opening deposit of $25 and monthly service fee of $9.95. Woodforest has over 30 branches in Dillon, Taylors, Simpsonville, Mullins, Fort Mill, Aiken, Seneca, Columbia, Union, Spartanburg, Anderson, Gaffney, Beaufort, Cheraw, Greenville, Walterboro, Greenwood, Conway, Laurens, Central, York, Lancaster, Anderson, Moncks Corner, Rock Hill, Aiken, West Columbia, SC.